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== Career History ==
 
== Career History ==
From 2005 to 2007, she was the Corporate Consulting Engineer at [[Cisco Systems]]. She has also worked at [[VeriSign]] for four years as a Director of Directory Research. She has also held several positions ar Bunyip, while working there from 1992-1997.
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From 2005 to 2007, she was the Corporate Consulting Engineer at [[Cisco Systems]]. She worked at [[VeriSign]] for four years as a Director of Directory Research. Leslie has also held several positions ar Bunyip, and worked there from 1992 to 1997.
  
She has contributed actively to help in Internet's Technical Evolution. She an appointed member of the ([[IAB]]) from March 2000 to March 2008. She has also been the chair of IAB.<ref>[http://www.thefreelibrary.com/VeriSign's+Leslie+Daigle+Named+Chair+of+the+Internet+Architecture...-a084337645 thefreelibrary.com]</ref> Leslie has been a strong promoter of the development of Internet identifiers and directory systems, which allow for the creation of standards-based, interoperable application protocols to support end-users across the Internet in their use of remote resources.<ref>[http://ipv6-ghent.fi-week.eu/leslie-daigle/ ipv6-ghenti-fi-week-eu]</ref>
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Ms. Daigle has contributed actively to help in the Internet's Technical Evolution. She was an appointed member of the [[IAB]] from 2000 to 2008. She has also been the chair of IAB.<ref>[http://www.thefreelibrary.com/VeriSign's+Leslie+Daigle+Named+Chair+of+the+Internet+Architecture...-a084337645 thefreelibrary.com]</ref> Leslie has been a strong promoter of the development of Internet identifiers and directory systems, which allow for the creation of standards-based, interoperable application protocols to support end-users across the Internet in their use of remote resources.<ref>[http://ipv6-ghent.fi-week.eu/leslie-daigle/ ipv6-ghenti-fi-week-eu]</ref>
  
She has been a panelist at the National Science Foundation review committee, evaluating Internet-related research proposals submitted for funding.<ref>[http://www.isoc.org/isoc/general/staff/?id=7 isoc.org]</ref> Because of her work on internet, she is also said to be one of the most powerful women of the Internet.<ref>[http://www.networkworld.com/news/2007/101707-one-of-the-net.html networkworld.com]</ref>
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She has been a panelist of the [[NSF|National Science Foundation's]] review committee, evaluating Internet-related research proposals submitted for funding.<ref>[http://www.isoc.org/isoc/general/staff/?id=7 isoc.org]</ref> She is also said to be one of the most powerful women of the Internet.<ref>[http://www.networkworld.com/news/2007/101707-one-of-the-net.html networkworld.com]</ref>
  
 
== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==

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Leslie Daigle is ISOC's Chief Internet Technology Officer.[1] He has been a participant within IETF since 1995.[2]

Career History

From 2005 to 2007, she was the Corporate Consulting Engineer at Cisco Systems. She worked at VeriSign for four years as a Director of Directory Research. Leslie has also held several positions ar Bunyip, and worked there from 1992 to 1997.

Ms. Daigle has contributed actively to help in the Internet's Technical Evolution. She was an appointed member of the IAB from 2000 to 2008. She has also been the chair of IAB.[3] Leslie has been a strong promoter of the development of Internet identifiers and directory systems, which allow for the creation of standards-based, interoperable application protocols to support end-users across the Internet in their use of remote resources.[4]

She has been a panelist of the National Science Foundation's review committee, evaluating Internet-related research proposals submitted for funding.[5] She is also said to be one of the most powerful women of the Internet.[6]

Publications

Recently, she published standards for DNS-based application service discovery.

Education

Ms. Daigle holds an MSc in Computing and Information Science from the University of Guelph and a BSc in Computer Science from McGill University.

External Links

Leslie Daigle - ISOC, Answer to Bokyung Lee

References